Dodgers Vs. Giants Lineups: Johnny Cueto Makes Final Start of Season

The last series of the season.

The Giants have three games remaining on the 2019 season, and it's only fitting that they'll come against their longtime rivals, the Dodgers.

The two sides will open up a three-game series at Oracle Park on Friday night, with each headed in opposite directions. Los Angeles sealed up the division weeks ago, while San Francisco's postseason hopes went out the window awhile ago.

Johnny Cueto will make his fourth and final start of the season for the Giants, looking to end what has been an abbreviated campaign on a high note. Cueto didn't allow a run in either of his first two starts, but got tagged for four earned over four innings in an 8-1 loss to the Braves last time out.

Walker Buehler will take the mound for the Dodgers, and that's a daunting sight for San Francisco. The young right-hander has never lost to the Giants, going 2-0 this season and 3-0 in his young career with a 2.79 ERA.

Mike Yastrzemski will start in right field and lead off for San Francisco, while Maruicio Dubon slides down to eighth in the order.

[RELATED: Giants' Dubon continues to make case for 2020 starting job]

Here are how the lineups look to shape up as the Giants play host to the Rockies for the final time this season. You can follow the action on NBC Sports Bay Area or by downloading and streaming on the My Teams app.

Los Angeles Dodgers (103-56)
RF Joc Pederson
1B Max Muncy
LF A.J. Pollock
CF Cody Bellinger
SS Corey Seager
C Will Smith
2B Gavin Lux
3B Enrique Hernandez
RHP Walker Buehler (13-4, 3.25 ERA)

San Francisco Giants (77-82)
RF Mike Yastrzemski
1B Brandon Belt
3B Evan Longoria
C Stephen Vogt
CF Kevin Pillar
LF Alex Dickerson
SS Brandon Crawford
2B Mauricio Dubon
RHP Johnny Cueto (1-1, 2.57 ERA)

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